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YEARLY PUBLICATION OF 

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Tubmdn High School 

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We Bedkate 



This Volume 

To 

Miss Dorothy Halbert 

For Her 

Sincerity 

and 

Serenity 







Intvuduvtiun 



Classes 
Activities 
Friends 
Memories 




These are the things 
you should treasure and 
these are the things we 
have tried to preserve 
for you in the following 
pages-- 



Contents - 



fldministrdtion 
Classes 
Activities 
Features 





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Mr. T. Harry Garrett 

PRINCIPAL 

of 

TUBMAN HIGH SCHOOL 



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S. D. COPELAND, Superintendent 
T. H. GARRETT, Principal 



MISS A. DOROTHY HAINS 
Assistant Principal — Latin 

MISS ANNIE M. PAGE 
French 

MISS GERTRUDE J. COMEY 

English 

MISS MARCIA A. CLARK 
Domestic Art 

MISS LOIS EVE 
Science 

MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 
Music 

MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT 
History 

MISS EDITH NACHMAN 
Industrial Geography 

MISS LORA M. PEARCE 

English 

MISS SUSIE LANGFORD 
Mathematics 

MISS MARY GILLILAND 
Mathematics 

MISS BELLE WALKER 
Civics 

MISS ANN BRADDY 
English 

MISS MARY T. MILLER 

Spanish 

MISS MABEL BYRD 
English 

MISS ANNIE B. DANIEL 
History and Civics 

MISS SARAH FULLBRIGHT 
Mathematics 

MISS MARY MILES 
Histoiy 

MISS ELIZABETH DOWLING 
Science 

MRS. MARGARET WHITE 
Domestic Science 



MISS ORALEE KING 
Commercial 

MISS EDNA ROGERS 
Commercial 



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MISS MILDRED CARTLEDGE 
Physical Training 

MISS MARY EVANS 
Commercial 

MISS BEULAH FENDER 
English and History 

MISS ROSINA PEARL 
French 

MISS GRACE STRAUSS 
English and Economics 

MISS BETTY JONES 
English and History 

MISS RUTH McAULIFFE 
Latin 

MISS MARIE HULBERT 
History and Science 

MISS BERTHA CARSWELL 
English and Mathematics 

MISS MARGARET JONES 
French and English 

MISS MILDRED VON KAMP 
Commercial 

MISS ELIZABETH BRISENDINE 
Physical Training 

MISS LERA PRESTON 
Commercial Art 

MRS. M. M. OWENS 
Librarian 

MISS EUGENIA HUTTO 
Mathematics 

MISS AMABEL LANSDEL 
Mathematics 

MISS FLORA C. THOMPSON 
English 

MISS MARY BALK 
Secretary 




Courses of Study -- 



Subjects offered at Tubman High School are grouped by Courses. 
The following tables show the Courses with total credits earned by 
subjects in four years. 



College-Preparatory 

English 4 

French 2 

Spanish 2 

Algebra 2 

P. Geom 1 

Civics 1 

Anc. Hist 1 

Eng. Hist 1 

Am. Hist 1 

Science 2 

Elective 1 

Phys. Train .... 



B 

College-Preparatory 

English 4 

Latin 4 

French 2 

Algebra 2 

P. Geom 1 

.\nc. Hist 1 

Am. Hist 1 

Science 2 

Elective 1 

Phys. Train .... 



Business 

English 4 

Algebra 1 

Civics 1 

Ind. Geog 1 

Com. Arith V2 

Science 1 

Economics V2 

Stenog 2 

Type W 2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Bookkeeping. 
Business Pr. 
Eng. Hist. ... 
.A.m. Hist. ... 

Elective 

Phys. Train 



D 

General 

English 4 

Algebra 2 

P. Geom 1 

Science 3 

Foreign Lang... 1 

Anc. Hist 1 

Eng. Hist 1 

.\m. Hist 1 

Civics 1 

Economics 1 

Ind. Geog 1 

Elective 1 

Phys. Train .... 



Total 18 



Total 18 



Total 18 



Total 18 



Each of these Courses is based upon four main subjects per year. 
All Courses require appro.ximately the same amount of work and give 
the same unit value toward graduation. Students must choose one of 
these Courses when they enter the High School. Changes from one 
Course to another are difficult to make. When changes in Courses are 
made usually more than four years are necessary for the completion 
of the required number of units for graduation. 

The electives are Cooking, Sewing, Vocal Music (in class), and 
Applied Art. These Courses are practical. Every student is required 
to earn a total of one unit in Elective subjects during her High School 
Course. Each Elective subject is rated upon a basis of one-half unit 
per year. 

Physical Training is required of all students unless they are 
excu.sed upon a Doctor's certificate. Simple uniform gym suits are 
required. 

The School Library provides excellent facilities for collateral 
reading in all Courses. A select list of current magazines is on file in 
the Library. A full time trained Librarian is in charge. 



SONNET 



High up above me, deep blue, and clear, 

Expansive, infinite — where the eye of man 

Can but behold its surface, merely seen 

Its form — is a bowl, which seems to earth so near 

That one might stretch his hand and touch it — where 

Each day the elements are mixed by a band 

Of whistling winds, by fogs, by showers, and 

By mist, by snow, by hail, by sunlight clear — 

Oh, Sky, Heaven lies within thy depths! 

And there that Presence who shapes my destiny. 

Just as the winds compound my days, my steps 

He guides. He sends me sorrow, ecstasy, 

Love, disaster, blessing. Whatever hap, 

He leads me surely to infinity! 

—MARY KATHERINE REISER, '37 



Classes -- 



SENIOR 
JUNIOR 
SOPHOMORE 
FRESHMAN 





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CLASS OFFICERS 



JUNE, 1937 

MARY KATHERINE REISER.... President 

MARY MAE WELLS... ....Vice-President 

LOUISE KEEL Secretary & Treasurer 

FEBRUARY, 1937 

CATHERINE GREEN President 

GRACE ROPER Vice-President 

LOUISE CLEVELAND Secretary & Treasurer 

MISS ELEANOR BOATWRIGHT Sponsor 



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CHARLOTTE LILLIAN AARONSON 



SYDELL BADGER 




CARRIE SILCOX BAILIE 



MARIAN ELIZABETH BARWICK 




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VIRGINIA LEE BEAM 



FRANCES JUANITA BENNETT 



TRACY BEUTELL 



MARY FRANCES BISHOP 



Seniors 



MARY ELLEN BLACKWELL 



NATAUE BOSTICK 




ALMA PONDER BROWN H^ IF- 



YIOLET BURTON 



MARY LOUISE BUSSEY 



ANNE LUDLOW CALHOUN 




ANNIE FRANCES CANNADAY 



ELOISE CAPPS 




Seniors 




HELEN MONTEEN CARPENTER 



MELBA CARSTARPHEN 




LOUISE CLEVELAND 



FRANCES CLOUD 




MARGARET ELIZABETH CORLEY 



VIRGINIA CLAYTON CORR 




ELEANOR ANNE COURTNEY 



NETTIE MAUDE DANGLER 



Seniors 



MARY BLANCHE DAVIDSON 



MARY CL.ARK DENNY 




MELVA EILEEN DEUBLE 



DOROTHY HELEN DICKERSON 




CAROLYN SAVANNAH DORN 



LILUAN BERRIEN DUKE 



MARY LYLETTE DUNN 



MARTHA SAJiA ELIUNS 




Seniors 




MARGUERITE ELLIS 



JULIA MARY EMBRY 




NELL CELESTINE EUBANKS 



EDRIES JEAN FARR 



FRANCES SHANNON FARR 



.MARGARET VIRGINIA FARR 




JAYXE FLOYD 



VIRGINIA FRANK 



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Seniors 



ALICE EARLINE FREY 



JERRY FRANCES GLENN 



FLORENCE LOUISE GODBEE 



FLORENCE ELEASE GOODWIN 




CATHERINE GREEN 



MILDRED CHRISTINE GREEN 



DOROTHY HUIET GREENE 



ANN HAGGERTY 




Seniors 




CLARA TENA HALL 



ANNA LOU HARPER 




ANN JOSEPHINE HARRIS 



JANE HIARRIES 




ELSIE MADELINE HARRISON 



DOROTHY ELISE HAYNIE 




MILDRED LOUISE HEAD 



JOSEPHINE TEMPLETON HEATH 



Seniors 



MARGARET ANTHONY HORTON 



CAROLINE LAMAR HULL 




FRANCES ELIZABETH HUNDLEY 



HELEN STUART IRVIN 



SARAH ELIZABETH JEFFCOAT 



BETTE BUSH JOHNSON 



MARY LOUISE KEEL 



BETTY KENNEDY 




Seniors 




GOLDIE WATSON KEY 



ENISE KIRBY 



HELEN MAE KNIGHT 



AHAVA SHIRLEY KOONTZ 




FRANKIE HILL KREPS 



HANNAH RUTH KUEHNEL 




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MARTHA LOUISE LAMKIN 



INA CLAIRE LANGLEY 



Seniors 



CONSTANCE LANIER 



PAULINE GRETCHEN IVIADEBACH 




MARGARET MALONEY 



LUCILE MATHENY 




MARIAN GRAHAM MAXWELL 



EVELYN MILLER 



FRANCES MATILDA MILLS 



ANNIE DORIS MONTGOMERY 




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MILDRED LOUISE MORAGNE 



WILHEL.MIXA MUNDY 



RUTH EVANS MURPHEY 



MARGARET ELIZABETH McARTHUR 




ELMER LOUISE McELVEEX 



VIRGINIA LOUISE McMANUS 




BEVEI^LY MERLE NEWBERY 



REBA THERESA O'CONNOR 



Seniors 



EVELYN CORNELIA ODOM 



MOXTEZ ODOM 




MARTHA OLI\'ER 



WINIFRED HAZEL OUZTS 




MARY LOUISE OWEN 



HELEN WOODWARD OWENS 




LILLIAN LENORA OWENS 



WILLIE CATHERINE PARKER 




Seniors 




MARGUERITE TALLULAH PEARRE 



THELMA PERDUE 



MARGARET POLK PETERS 



VIVIAN VIRGINIA PONDER 




SARA ELIZABETH POUND 



FRANCES ADELAIDE PRESCOTT 



MARTHA JULIA PRITCHARD 



CATHERINE ELIZABETH PRUITT 



Seniors 



PAULINE LORA PURSER 



LUCILLE QUESTELLE 




FANNIE LOUISE RACHELS 



ANNETTE LAMAR RAMP 



MARY EUZABETH READ 



MARY KATHERINE REISER 



CATHJIRINE ELIZABETH ROESEL ^^ 



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MARY CHRISTINE ROESSLER 




Seniors 




GRACE ROPER 



MARY LUCILLE ROSIER 



JANE LOUISE SANFORD 



HENRIETTA LOUISE SCHURR 




EVELYN LORRAINE SCOGGINS 



MARY KATHERINE SCOTT 



ESTHER JANET SCOTT 



HAZEL MARIE SCRUGGS 



Seniors 



HARRIET LOIS SEROTTA 



HAZEL LEE SHELTON 



SADYE RITA SHMEilLING 



FLORENCE SIKES 




HELEN SIMS 



GWENDOLINE MARLENE SMITH 




DOLORES SUE SCHNEIDER 



ERMA BEATRICE STEPHENS 




Seniors 




FLORENCE ELIZABETH STEWART 



LILLL\N GEORGL\ STEWART 



EDDIE ELIZABETH STRINGER 



MARGARET ARCHER STULB 



HILDA BRYSON STURGIS 



ELIZABETH HENRIETTA SUHR 




DOROTHY SWARTZ 



MARY ELLEN SWEAT 



Seniors 



JOSEPHINE WALKER SWINT ^■'?£« ;^ 



NELL ELIZABETH TANKERSLEY 



MARY AMELIA TANNER 



BETTY GORDON THOMAS 



MARY ETHEL THOMPSON 



ELIZABETH ANN TORPIN 



ELOiSE TUSSING 



VIRGINIA JUANITA VAWTER 



MARJORIE WRIGHT WALKER 
DOROTHY LOUISE WALTERS 




Seniors 




BERTHA ANNA WATERSTON 



CLAUDINE EMILY WELLS 



MARY MAE WELLS 



GLADYS EVELYN WILLIAMS 



HELEN MADELYN WOODWARD 



SYBIL COOK WYLDS 



ROSE MARY YOUNG 



MARY FRANCES YOUNGBLOOI) 



MARGARET ANN ZIMMERMAN 






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Seniors 




Hiijlilii*/ifs fif f[ip Senior Ymr 

September 8, 1936— School Open?. 
September 8-22 — Reorganization. 

September 22-23-24-25 — Permanent schedules received. 
September 28 — It was unanimously agreed by the Senior Class that Madge 
Norton's tvvangy sneeze far surpasses Ann Waterston's unfinished one. 



September 30 — Volley ball season began. 

October 5 — Mary Clark Denny was discovered on her knees under her desk 
in Miss Boatwright's room debating which wad of gum was hers. 

October 12 — The Annual Staff dance. 

October 16 — All of the teachers assigned us tests for Friday. Reports two 
days off. Bad. 

October 20 — First reports of the year. 

October 26-29 — Volley ball games played off. Juniors won. 

November 11 — Armistice day. School assembly. 

November 30 — A Representative from Agnes Scott took up a whole period. 
Many happy returns. 

December 4 — Athletic Council Dance. 

December 18-21 — Hockey games. The same class that won the Volley ball 
games won the Hockey Championship. 

December 23 — School closed for Christmas holidays. 

January 4, 1937 — School reopened. 

January 19 — Exams. 

January 22 — First term ended. 

January 25 — Second term began. 

February 10 — Miss Dowling went to lunch room. Sissy! 

Febraury 18 — Frances Hundley wore beautiful new diamond ring on her 
third finger. Left hand! 

February 22^ — Polly Purser blushed when we mentioned Sam. 

Febraury 29 — Basketball games. Seniors won. 

March 11 — Margaret Ann Zimmerman started cutting a wisdom tooth. 

March 13 — Marionettes. Pat Mangham came. 

March 25-26 — Easter Holidays. 

March 31 — Holiday so each Tubman girl could take a part in the Fat Cattle 
Show. 

April 1 — Faculty meeting. Bush patrol organized. Service alphabetical. 

April 5 — Mr. Garrett returned. Faculty meetings called off. 

April 14 — Glee Club presented H. M. S. Pinafore. 

April 22 — Gym Exhibition. 

April 15 — J. C.'s wedding. 

April 16 — Faculty in Savannah, perhaps. Annual goes to press, perhaps. 

May 13 — Gammer Gurton finds her needle. 

May 15— Kid Day. 

May 24— Exams. 

May 28 — Junior-Senior Banquet. 

May 31 — Exams over. Batting average: no runs, no hits, few outs, plenty 

errors. 
June 3 — Graduation. 




Juniors 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President... • VIRGINIA WILSON 

Vice-President ...RITA MAY 

Secretary-Treasurer ..MARY RUTH SMITH 

Sponsor MISS RUTH GREGORY McAULIFFE 



ESTELLE AARONSON<fi25/^ 
BETTY ADAMS 
VIRGINIA ADAMS 
MINNIE ALLERTON 
DOROTHY ANDERSON 
MARY ANDERSON 



BETTY ANDREWS 
ADERAE ARRINGTON 
HELEN BAILEY 
JOANNE BAILEY 
EVELYN BAKER 
FRANCES BAKER 



JULIE BARCHON 
EVELYN BARKER 
HELEN BATTLE 
BIRMAH BECKWORTH 
FRANCES BENNETT 
KATHERINE BEST 
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ELIZABETH BRYANS 
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MIRIAM CAPERS 

ELLE CARSWELL BJUm. €^^^>XMK/i 

MARGARET CAWLEY 
EVELYN CHANDLER 



SARA JANE CHAPMA. 



BETTY CLARK 



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ELIZABETH CLARK 
LILLIAN CRAWFORD 
MARY LOU CRENSHAW 
LUCILLE DEAL 
JULIA DEAS 
ELIZABETH DeLOACH 
OLIVE MAE DOBSON 



JANIS DUNBAR 
MARY HELEN DUNBAR 
ELIZABETH DYE 
CONSTANCE ELLIOTT 
MAXINE FARR 
MARTHA FLEMING 



KATE GERCKE 
CARLENE GLENN 
MIRIAM GRAHAM 
DOROTHEA GRIDLEY 
ELLIOTT GROOMS 
DOROTHY HADDELSAY 



LOUISE HAINS 
CLEO HALL 
ELIZABETH HILL 
EMILY HILL 
CATHERINE HOLLOWAY 
GRACE HOLMES 
VIRGINIA HOUSTON 





MARY HOWE 
MARTHA HOWELL 
VIRGINIA HUNDLEY 
BEULAH IVEY 
DOROTHY IVEY 
RUTH JOHNSON 



JOSEPHINE JOHNSTON 
ELIZABETH JONES 
EMILY JONES 
RUTH HOLT JONES 
ANN JORDAN 
HILDA LAMKIN 



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MARY AVERTY 
LORENE LEACH 
CLARA JO LEE 
HELEN LEWIS 
LOUISE MALONEY 
LUCILE MANN 
ELEANOR MARYOTT 



MARTHA MAKER 
DOROTHY MARSH 
EVELYN MASON 
RITA MAY 

MILDRED McELMURRAY 
THELMA McINTOSH 



VIVIAN McLELLAND 
LUCILLE McMANUS 
VIRGINIA MELTON -^:.^*<. 
EVELYN MEREDITH 
MABLE MORAGNE 
FRANCIS MORGAN 




MARJORIE MORRIS 
MABEL MURRAY 
ANNE O'DANIEL 
MAE OWENS 
GEORGIA PAQUETTE 
MARY ELIZABETH PAU 
EDITH PERKINS 



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ROBERTA PHILLIPS 
FRANCES POPKIN 
EDNA POUND 
DOROTHY PRONTAUT 
ZAIDEE LOU PURVIS 
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EVELYN REESE 

HAZEL ROBERTS 

MILDRED ROBERTS 

DORIS ROBINS 

DENA ROPER 

ELIZABETH RUSSELL -« 

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FRANCES SCATTERGOOD 
DOROTHY SMITH 
MIRIAM SMITH 
RUTH SMITH 
VIRGINIA SMITH 
MARY STAFFORD 



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EVELYN STEED 
ELLEN STELLING 
MARTHA STELLIN 
JUNE STORY 
DOROTHY STRINGER 
MIRL\M T ALBERT C/^^Co\>^<. 
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LAURA TROWBRIDGE 
HELEN WALDEN 
MARY LOUISE WARD 
EVA MAE WEED 
NATALIE WELCH 
LORRAINE WILENSKY 



VIRGINIA WILSON 
DORIS WOOD j)o7f/S 
ALICE WRIGHT ^C£Jc*-' 
VIRGINIA YOUNG 
DOROTHY YOUNGBLOOD 
KATHERINE YOUNGBLOOD 
ELIZABETH ZOLLER 



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CLASS OFFICERS 

President HELEN SUTTON 

Vice-President..... ARCHINELLE SCOTT 

Secretary-Treasurer .GLORIA WRIGHT 

Sponsor ._ MISS BETTY JONES 



Sophomore "A" 



Adams. Imo^ene 
Allgood. Betty 
Anderson, Laurie 
Anderson. Vivian 
Andrews, Evelyn 
Andrews. Marian 
Ansley. Louise 
Athearn, .Sarah 
Atkinson. Doiothy 
Bacon. Annie Ruby 
Baker. Mary 
Bailey, Bobbie 
Bell. Grace 
Bell. Mamie Lou 
Blanos. Mary 
Blum. Shirley 
Born. Margaret 
Burton. Margaret 
Busbia, Sarah 
Bussey. L. Mae 
Cowan, Katherine 
Ccx. Constance 
Culpepper, Jane 
Daitchf. Mildred 
Davidson, Adele 
DeMore. Ottie 
Dorn, Marcia 
Dover. Allene 
Dudley. Mildred 
Elkins, Corinne 
Ellis. Dorothy 
Fleming, Nell 
Gibson, Virj^inia 



Goodwin. Katherine 
Graham, Elizabeth 
Green. Emily 
Gregg. Dorothy 
Grizzell, Rena 
Grose. Athalie 
Guy, Frances 
Hair. Catherine 
Halford. Wynette 
Hall. Elizabeth 
Hardy, Louise 
Harrison, Erma 
Havird. Mary E. 
Heath. Frances 
Helmuth, Dorothy 
Henry, Lucile 
Herlong, Emily 
Herndon. Anna 
Howard, Elizabeth 
Huff. Hazel 
Humphries, Vannette 
Hurlbutt, Marjorie 
Johnson, Edith 
Kelly, Marian 
Kerr, Jean 
Kirkland. Frank ie 
Kirkland. Maiy 
Kitchen. Charlotte 
Lewis. Mary 
Maddox, Julia 
McDonald, Hazel 
Mcllhaney. Mary Jane 
Mercier. E: nestine 
Miller. Mabel 



Milligan. Mildred 
Murphy, Margaret 
Oellerich, Lillie 
O'Hara, Ora Lou 
Parrish, Myra 
Pitts. Mildred 
Purvis, Mary 
Rav. Mai-tha 
Read. Myrtle 
Reed. Elizabeth 
Rhodes, Kathi-yne 
Rigsby, Dorothy 
Rivers. Martha L. 
Rosamond. Ruth 
Russell, Emma 
Sancken. Betty 
Sawyer. Jeanette 
Schultze. Virginia 
Scott. Myra 
Seago, Flora 
Sharpe, Ruby 
Sheppard. Mary 
Starr. Dorothy Ann 
Steineck, Alma 
Torpin. Mimi 
Wain w right. Edith 
Warwick, Hilda 
Whaley, Dorothy 
Wienges, Carolyn 
Wilson, Anne 
Woo. Margaret 
Wren, Margie 
Wright. Gloria 
Young, Elizabeth 





Sophomore "B" 



Arrington, Dollie 
Arrin^ton, Kathi yn 
Beazley. Colleen 
Black well, Lucile 
Brown. Christine 
Brunkhurst. Audry 
Busbia. Helen 
Butler. Helen 
Carswell. Mary 
Chambers. MJnnieL. 
Cheeks. Margaret 
Corley. Claire 
Crawley. Christine 
Daniel. Harriette 
DouKlas. Dorothy 
Dunbar, Frances 
Ellenbergr, Minnie 
Fentzel. Cora 
Franklin. Doris 
Gehrken, Catherine 
Geor^re, Jean 
Hamilton, Barbara 
Hamilton. Clara 
Harriet. Beth 
Heath, Elizabeth 
HolmLS. Margaret 
Home. Sara 
Howard, Louise 
Kcssler. Doris 
Martin, Jane 



Meehan, Elizabeth 
Meese, Betty 
Miller. Martha Lee 
Mullin. Mary 
Newbery, Bonnie Mae 
O'Connor. C'ecile 
Olive. Constance 
Outlaw, Virginia 
Patterson. Frances M. 
Paulos. Mary 
Peebles. Eileen 
Phillips. Margaret 
Pierce. Mary Emma 
Reese, Agnes 
Koesel, Dorothy 
Rubens tein, Lillian 
Sorrow. Laura B. 
Steadman. Sarah 
Sutton. Helen 
Symms. Maiguerite 
Thompson. Vera 
Todd, Dorothy 
Toole. Mary 
Waagner, Margaret 
Walker. Helen 
Watkins. Margaret 
Whi taker, Miriam 
WiUiams, Juanita 
Wyatt. Marie 



Sophomore "C 



A.bney, Mildred 
A.llKood, Mary 
Almand. Frances 
Anderson. Sarah 
Arndt. Elizabeth 
Arthur, Marian 
Austin. Nellie 
Barton, Vivian 
Badger, Doris 
Bt eland. Margaret 
BeldinK. Hazel 
Bell. Marion 
Bennett. Marie 
Bentley, Louise 
Blackstone, Edna 
BoKosiawsky, Dena 
Boyd. Dolly 
Biay, Lydia 
Brown. Frances 
Burch, Irma 
Bussey. Marjorie 
Can-y. Margaret 
Campbell. Elizabeth 
Carter .Johnie Fay 
Carter. Margaret 
Carter. Mary 
Carter. Sibyl 
Cauthen. Mary 
Cave. Elizabeth 
Cheesebo rough. Martha 
Clark. Carlton 
Clark, Clara 
Cliatt. Ruby 
Cook. Bobby 
Columbus, Alice 
Darley, Lois 
Davis, Annie Mae 
Dilegge, Thelma 
Doolittle, Frances 
Elliott. Mildred 
Faglie. Virginia 
Fallaw. Ruby 
Farr, Viola 
Fox. Jewel 
Oibbs, Frances 
Givens, Agnes 
Graham, Betty 



Gre^jne, Louise 
Hardin, Jewel 
Henderson, Frances 
Holleman. Dorothy 
Hoi lings worth, Cora 
Howard. Bern ice 
Huff. Myrtice 
Ivey. Frances 
Jackson, Clara Belle 
Jackson, Mary Alice 
James, Margie 
James, Willie 
Johnson. Florine 
Johnson. Odessa 
Jones, Joseph 
Jones, Nellie Mae 
Jordan. Myitle 
Jowers. Virginia 
Judy, Elsie 
Ketnan. Anne 
Kirk land, Gladys 
Kreps. Martha 
Landrum, Emily 
Land rum, Frances 
Lazenby. Linda 
Lee. Leona 
[jewis. Lucile 
IjOtz, Marie 
fjynch. Lorraine 
Maddox. Sarah 
Martin, Mary K. 
Ma.^on. Bonita 
Maxwell, Louise 
Mays, Elizabeth 
Melles. Athena 
Miles. Margaret 
Moody. Hazel 
McGahee. Mary 
Newman, Dorothy 
O'Neal. Katherine 
Osborne. Estelle 
Owens. Elizabeth 
Owens, Mary Ruth 
Parker, Bernice 
Patterson. Annie 
Pearre. Ellen 
Pender. Betty 
Peters. Sarah 



Pettigrew, Dorothy 

Phillips. Mildred 
Pittman, Gladys 
Poole, Frances 
Prather. Lavada 
Proctor, Katherine 
Questelle, LaVica 
Rickerson, Delia 
Ricks. Thelma 
Robinson, Ruth 
Rowe. Mildred 
Rusbton. Lillie Maud 
Sapp. Virginia 
Saxon. Mae 
Scott, Archinelle 
Seldin. Renee 
Shank. Edna Earl 
Sheehan. Dorothy 
Smith. Loretta 
Smith. Martha 
Smith. Virginia 
Spence. Roberta 
Stnngfellow. Geraldine 
Sturman. Margaret 
Sullivan, Mai-y 
Taylor. Ruth 
Templeton, Martha 
Thompson. Iris 
Thurmond. Loudell 
Thurmond. OIlie Mae 
Toole. Eunice 
Tower, Ruth 
Turner, Lucile 
Videtto. Lois 
West, Elise 
Whaley. Eleanora 
White, Hattielene 
Wilson, Dottie 
Wong. Dorothy 
Wood. Mary Frances 
Wood. Ruth 
Wright. Norma 
Varrington, Frances 
Yee, Thelma 
Voung, Dorothy 
Yimng. Katherine 



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Freshman 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President EDITH JENNY 

Vice-President BOBBIE LANSDELL 

Secretary-Treasurer RHWEA HARDY 



Freshman "A" 



Acton, Constance 
Adams, Bei'tha 
Adams. Dorothy 
Anderson. Doi-is 
Antonopolis. Helen 
Arndt. Alice 
Baker. Emma Edith 
Barber. Beulah 
Barden. Janette 
Barnes. Gwendolyn 
Barwick. Margraret 
Beard. Dorothy 
Beasley. Nettie 
Beck. Dorothy 
Benson. Edythe 
Blackman, Ruth 
Bolen. Ruth 
Boyd. Maud 
Brasher. Marion 
Brooks, Lillian 
Brown, Mary 
BuKK. Elizabeth 
Burpress. P>ankie 
Capers. Frances 
Carr. Mary 
Cai tledpe. Deloris 
Cater. Frances 
Cheek, Dorothy 
Con Ion, Mary Anna 
ConoUy, Ann 
<":bok, Mary 
Councill. Betty 
Crawford. Evelyn 
Cushman. Vivian 
Decker, Elsie 
Delaney. Asne,^ 
DeLoach. Emma 
Dodd, Becky Jane 
Dunlap. Elizabeth 
t-dmunds. Elsie 



Edwards, Erline 
Elliott, Corinne 
Elliott, Evelyn 
Erster. Rose 
Etheredge. Frances 
Farr. Jeanette 
Flint, Beulah 
Fowler. Birdie 
Gatlin. Sara 
Gay. Myrl 
Gibson, Emmie 
Graves. Syble 
Greeson, Vivian 
Grizell. Ida 
Hendrix. Mattilene 
Hensley. Frances 
Hippins, Clare 
Hill. Myrtice 
Hoi linps worth. Anne 
Home. Vera 
Howell, Miriam 
Hurt, Frances 
tldei ton, Emma 
Jansen. Marion 
Jonej. Hariyette 
Johnson- Ro^^abelle 
Kins. Edith 
Kinir, Evelyn 
Lambnck. Mari^uerite 
t^anier. Frances 
Lansdell, Bobbie 
T_,averty. Elsie 
Lewis. Elizabeth 
Lonn^hoie, Margaret 
Maloney, Jane!Ie 
Mathews, Hazel 
McCIcndon. Doris 
McCraney. Mary Anne 
McElmurray, Mary 
McKensie. Helen 



McManus. Geneva 
Mell, Mary Ann 
Miller, Evelyn 
Mims, Mildred 
Moore. Martha 
Moore, Miriam 
Moye. Elizabeth 
Mulherin. Jane 
Neal. Pansy 
O'Connor, Louise 
Pappas. Priscilla 
Peterson. Mae 
Phillips. Marparet 
PlaRwitz. Frances 
Pomerance. Rita 
Prescott, Ina 
Proctor, Lucie 
Rhodes. Evelyn 
Sco^frins. Dorothy 
Shaw. Marion 
Shearer. Margaret 
Sills. Opal 
Skinner. Catherine 
Smith. Elizabeth 
Smith. Evelyn 
Smoak. Jean 
Swedenbur^h. June 
Toipin, Louise 
Trussell. Sara 
vonSprecken. Lucy 
Wain Wright. Anne 
Walker. Sebelle 
Weathers. Dorothy 
Whaley. Edna 
WhaUy, Martha 
Whittle. Lillian 
Wilson. Ma-y Lou 
Wong, Margaret 
Wright. Anne 
Yonce. Geneva 





Freshmen "B" 



Adams, Julia 
Arlington, Louise 
Bond. Sarah 
Cannon, Erin 
Carter, Margaret 
Chapman. Adelaide 
Cox. Nomina 
Cranston, Olive 
Crocker. Blanche 
Cumminp, Neville 
Daniel. Ann 
Dobson. Jessie 
Edmunds. Hazel 
Fleming, Betty 
Googe. Ella Mae 
Greai", Dorothy 
Hayes. Sara 
Hoffman, M:iry 
Holmes, Betty 
Holtzclaw. Betty 
Hooper. Lois 
Home. Nellie 



-lenny. Edith 
Mason. Evelyn 
Mathews, Sara 
Miller, Ann 
Mulcay, Edith 
Peters. Patricia 
Kadford. Margaret 
Rhodes. Jean 
Rutland, Mary Alifi- 
Samuels. Mae 
Scharnitsky, Joan 
Schavnitsky, Joan 
Shmerling. Dolores 
Stanford. Guila 
Timmerman. Bettie 
VanDeusen. Martha 
Vaughn, Rozzie 
Veatch. Sarah 
W'alden. Frances 
Wheeler. Betty 
White, Betty 
Willit;. Mary ElU-o 



Freshman "C" 



Allpood. Mary 
Anderson. Hazel 
Atkins, Dorothy 
Baker, Doris 
Baker. Mryl 
Baker, Myrtle 
Barjieron . Hazel 
Brady. Audrey 
Brentnell. Daisie 
BupK, Gladys 
Burke. Dorothy 
Busch. Maud 
Byrd, Helen 
Campbell. Dorothy 
Carnavas, Mary 
Casey, Frances 
Cave. Ethel 
Chavis, Gussie 
Cheney, Allene 
Cochran. Hazel 
Coleman. Marparet 
Cook. Marjorie 
Crawfoid. Mary Ruth 
Crosby. Ruth Mae 
Daley, Grace 
Daley. Margaret 
Daniels. Lois 
Davis, Inez 
Doolittle, Irvena 
Dyches. Mary 
Floyd. Dorothy 
Ford. Do'-othy 
Ford. Mildred 
Freeman, Dorothy 
Frost, Dai^y Maude 
Gaffney. Betty 
Gaskins, Marparet 
Gordon. Willene 
Greene. Vera 
Gresham. Erin 



Haddlesay. Martha 
Hair, Evelyne 
Hardy. Rhwea 
Hillman. Juanita 
Hobbs, Ethel 
Hoover. Mary E. 
Home. Thelma 
Howe. Dorothy 
Irby. Mattie Belle 
Trby. Nellie 
Ivey. Lillie Mae 
Tvey, Myrtis 
Jackson. Eugenia 
Jackson. Grace 
Jackson. Vera 
James. Addie 
James. Frances 
Johnson. Mary Virginia 
Jones. Margaret 
Kelly. Gertrude 
Key. Mar>' Elizabeth 
Krome. Vera 
Krou?e. Marian 
Lee. Helen 
Lemmons. Beatrice 
Lowe. Althea 
Martin. Dorothy 
Maughon. Dorothy 
McGahee. Betty 
McMichael. Betty 
Merritt. Helen 
Merritt. Vera 
Miller. Frances 
Mitchell. Juanita 
Netherland. Gladys 
Montgomery. June 
Norton. Kenneth 
Overstreet. Lucile 
Palmer. Dorothy 
Parrish. Elizabeth 



Pettigrew, Kathryn 
Powell, Alice 
Questelle. Marie 
Rae. Jean 
Redd. Lois 
Redd. Muriel 
Reddin. Cecil 
Reese, Estelle 
Roberts. Inez 
Rodgers, Earline 
Sargent. Ella Mae 
Saxon. Dorothy 
Scarborough, Dixie 
Sheahan. Eloise 
Shelton. Thelma 
Sims. Dorothy 
Skinner. Frances 
Slater. Aubrey 
Smith. Elinor 
Smith. Margaret 
Snider, Myra 
Starnes. Joyce 
Stephens, Katherine 
Stevens, Norma Lee 
Strickland. Vera 
Tankersley. Helen 
Thaxton. Sarah 
Tilton. CTiristine 
Utley. Lavida 
Vaughn, Barrington 
Vignati. Philomena 
Wade. Betty 
Wade. Grace 
Ward. Doris 
Wheatley. Myrtle 
Wheeler. Miriam 
Whitaker. Sara 
Whi taker. Virginia 
Williamson. Melinda 
Woodward. Catherine 




The Anmml Sfciff - 



GLEE CLUB 
DRAMATICS 
STUDENT COUNCIL 
ATHLETICS 





"Maith .i/irf ci Mcin 



// 



Annual Staff 

Editor in Chief MARGARET ANN ZIMMERMAN 

f KATHERINE ROESEL 

Literary Editors - MIRIAM TALBERT 

( JANIS DUNBAR 

Athletic Editor FRANCES BENNETT 

,' HELEN IRVIN, 

Picture Editors - VIRGINIA HOUSTON 

( SUE RANSOM 

Art Editor GENEVA HALL 




Annual Staff 

Business Manager DEDE SCHNEIDER 

, ZAIDEE LOU PURVIS 

Assistants LOUISE HAINES 

( CELESTE HOLLEY 

Secretary KATHERINE SCOTT 

Assistant Secretary MARY TANNER 

^ ,,. . \ ANN WATERSTON 

Publicity -, ROBERTA PHILLIPS 

Sophomore Assistant HELEN SUTTON 

FACULTY ADVISERS 

MISS ANN BRADDY MISS ELIZABETH DOWLING 

Literary Business 

MISS RUTH McAULIFFE 
Format 



The Glee Club 



OFFICERS 



President SHIRLEY KOONTZ 

Vice-President : LOUISE HAINS 

Secretary MARY KATHERINE REISER 

Treasurer DEDE SCHNEIDER 

Librarian ANN WATERSTON 

Student Represetitative ZAIDEE LOU PURVIS 

Faculty Adviser MISS HALBERT 



Members 



Acton, Constance 
Adams, Betty 
Bailie, Carrie 
Best, Katherine 
Blum, Shirley 
Bond, Nelle 
Boswell, Mary 
Boyd, Laura Lee 
Brunkhurst, Audrey 
Burton, Margaret 
Carswell, Elle 
Carswell, Mary 
Corr, Virginia 
Cox, Constance 
Douglas, Dorothy 
Dunbar, Frances 
Elliott, Constance 
Embry, Julia Mae 
Erster, Rose 
Givens, Agnes 



Goodwin, Catherine 
Googe. Ella Mae 
Green, Emily 
Grizzell, Rena 
Hains, Louise 
Hamilton, Barbara 
Hammett, Anne 
Herndon, Anna 
Johnson, Josephine 
Jones, Ruth Holt 
Koontz, Shirley 
Lewis, Mary 
Maiebach, Pauline 
.McEhnurray, Mary 
McElmurray, Mildred 
Meredith, Evelyn 
Mullin, Mary 
Paulk, Mary Elizabeth 
Pierce, Mary Emma 
Popkin, Frances 



Pritchard, Martha 
Purvis, Zaidee Lou 
Read, Myrtle 
Reiser. Mary Katherine 
Rhodes, Kathryne 
Roesel, Dorothy 
Russell. Elizabeth 
Schneider, Dede 
Sehulze, Virginia 
Scruggs, Hazel 
Serotta, Harriet 
Shmerhng. Rita 
St. ding, Ellen 
Symms, Marguerite 
Toole, Mary 
Wainwright, Edith 
Walker, Helen 
Ward, Mary Louise 
Waterion, Ann 
Willits, Mary Ellen 





Glee Club 

ACT I.— H. M. S. PINAFORE 

ACT II.— H. M. S. PINAFORE BY MOONLIGHT 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B Mary Katherine Reiser 

Captain Corcoran Dede Schneider 

Buttercup Constance Cox 

Ralph Rackstraw Zaidee Lou Purvis 

Josephine Shirley Koontz 

Dick Deadeye Harriet Serotta 

Boatswain Ann Water =tjn 

Hebe Carrie Bailie 

Two Marines Ellen Stelling- and Marguerite Symnis 

CHORUS 

SAILORS GIRLS 

Katherine Best Margaret Burton 

Shirley Blum juHa Mae Embry 

Laura Lee Bovd o« e' *. 

A • -o ^ \. .. Rose Erster 

Auarey Brunkhurst 

Mary Carswell Catherine Goodwin 

Virg-inia Corr Ella Mae Googe 

Dorothy Douglas Emily Greene 

Frances Dunbar R^th Holt Jones 

Rena Grizzell ,, . 

Louise Hains '^^'"^ ^ewis 

Barbara Hamilton Pauline Madebach 

Anne Hammett Evelyn Meredith 

Margaret Marshall Frances Popkin 

Mary Mullin -^j ^ Pritchard 
Marv E. Paulk 

Mary Emma Pierce Myrtle Read 

Dorothy Roese! Hazel Scruggs 

Elizabeth Hussell Mary Louise Ward 
Mary Ann Toole 
Helen Walker 



r~ r / 





Bvmmitics 



Dramatic Club Officers 

President DEDE SCHNEIDER 

Vice-President ROBERTA PHILLIPS 

Secretary-Treasurer CARRIE BAILIE 



Membei's 



Aaronson, Charlotte 
Aaronson, Estelle 
Acton, Constance 
Bailie, Carrie 
Best, Kathryn 
Bignon, Celeste 
Carlisle, Beatrice 
Carswell, Elle 
Carswell, Mary 
Chandler, Evelyn 
Chapman, Sara Jane 
Denny, Mary Clark 
Dickerson, Dorothy 
Franklin, Doris 
Howell, Martha 
Hamnict, Ann 
Jones, Elizabeth 



Martin, Jane 
O'Daniel, Anne 
Phillips, Roberta 
Reese, Agnes 
Roesel, Katherine 
Rubenstein, Frankie 
Schneider, Dede 
Serotta, Harriet 
Sheftall, Margaret 

Swint, Josephine 
Symnis, Marguerite 
Torpin, Elizabeth 
Torpin, Minii 
Van Deusen. Martha 
Waterston, Ann 
Wright, Alice 
Wright, Gloria 



"GAMMER GURTON'S NEEDLE' 



Cast of Characters 



Hodge 
Roberta Phillips 

Diccon 
Dede Schneider 



Gammer 
Mary Cars-well 

Dame Chat 
Carrie Bailie 

Cock 
Jane Martin 

Tib 
Margar3t Sheftall 

Doll 
Mary Clark Denny ^ 

Bailey 
Catherine Roesel 

Dr. Rat. 

Charlotte Aaronson 

Stage Manager 
Evelyn Chandler 

Director 
Ann Braddy 




Student Council 



Officers 



President DEDE SCHNEIDER 

Vice-President MARY MAE WELLS 

Secretary-Treasurer ANN WILSON 

Captain Student Patrol KATHERINE SCOTT 

Faculty Adviser MISS BETTY PONES 



Members 



SERVING TWO 
TERMS 
Adams, Betty 
Arthur, Barian 
Barnes, Gwendolyn 
Bignon. Celeste 
Blackwell, Lucile 
Capers, Frances 
Capers, Marian 
Douplas, Dorothy 
Duke. Lillian 
Dunaway, Julia 
Frey, Alice 
Gaffney. Betty 
Grizzell. Rena 
Houston, Virginia 
Howe, Mary 
Ilderton. Emma 
Johnston, Josephine 
Kennedy, Betty 
Kuehnel, Hannah 
Lanier, Frankie 
Mallet, Louise 
Mann. Lucile 
Mathews, Sara 
Morgan, Frances 
McDonald, Hazel 
Odom. Evelyn 
Pevkin.s. Edith 
Phillips. Roberta 
Prontaut. Dorothy 
Pruitt. Katherine 
Puivi^, Zaidee Lou 



Purser, Pauline 
Reese. Evelyn 
Rht)des. Kathryn 
Scarborough, Dixie 
Shmerling, Rita 
Smith. Margaret 
5tory, June 
Wheeler, Betty 
Williams, Juanita 
Woodward, Cathemie 

SERVING ONE 

TERM 

Adams, Virginia 
Athearn. Doris 
Baker. Mary 
Baker, Myrl 
Baker. Myrtle 
Bar wick. Margaret 
Boone. Evelyn 
Boyd. Hazel 
Boyd. Dolly 
Bray, Lydia 
Brentnell. Daisy 
Campbell. Dorothy 
Cauthen, Mary 
Cawthorne, Myra 
Cook. Bobby 
Creamer, Florence 
Culley. Janice 
Daniels. Nell 
Dudley. Mildred 
Elliott, Mildred 



Gibson. Virginia 
Givens. Evie 
Hamilton. Barbara 
Hillman, Juanita 
Hixson, Esther 
Hundley. Virginia 
Jester. Jessie 
Jones, Harryette 
Jones. Juanita 
Keith, Louise 
Kerr, Jean 
Krome, Vera 
Laudrum, Emily 
Langley. Claire 
Messiry, Fanny 
Miller, Ann 
Miller. Evelyn 
O'Connor. Louise 
Parker. Bernice 
Pound. Edna 
Ray, Jean 
Rickerson, Kathryn 
Schleis. Gladys 
Shephard. Mary 
Smitb. Evelyn 
Sullivan. Mary 
Taylor. Ruth 
Temples, Grace 
Temples. Martha 
Thurmond. 01 lie Mae 
Toole. Mary Anne 
Wright. Anne 
Young, Leila 




Tuhmim Atbktks -- 



Athletic Association 

OFFICERS 

ANN WATERSTON President 

FRANCES BENNETT Vice-President 

MARY KATHERINE REISER Secretary 

DEDE SCHNEIDER Treasurer 

BETTY ADAMS Manager of Point System 

MEMBERS 



Margaret Cawley 
Harriet Daniel 
Dorothy Douglas 
Louise Hains 
Barbara Hamilton 
Georgia Paquette 
Evelyn Rhodes 



Doris Robins 
Catherine Roesel 
Margaret Sheftall 
Marguerite Symms 
Ida Hall White 
Anne Wilson 





Basket Ball 



SENIORS— CHAMPIONS 



Waterston, 


A 


(Capt 


) 


Roberts, M 


Reiser, M. 


K. 






Athearn, D 


Bishop, M. 


F. 






Godbee, F. 


Brown, P. 








Scott, K. 


Schneider, 


D. 






Purser, P. 


Serotta, H 








Battle, T. 


Bennett, F 








Roesel, C. 






Carstai 


•phen, 


M. 




JUNIORS 



Cawley, M. 
Robing, D. 
Paquette, G. 
Elliott, C. 
Schwitzerlet, E. 



Best, K. 

Adams, B. (Capt.) 
Howe. M, 
Paulk, M. E. 
Popkin, F. 



Arrington, K. 
Arthur, M. 
Bussey, M. (Capt.) 
Allgood, B. 
Mullins, M. 



SOPHOMORES 

Wilson, A. 
Daniel, H. 
Pierce, M. E. 
Wyatt, M. 




Volley Ball 



SENIORS 



Snider, L. 
Courtney, E. 
Scott, K. 
Purser, P. 
Battle, T. 
Hundley, F. 
Waterston, A. 



Bennett, F. (Capt.) 
Carstarphen, M. 
Schneider, D. 
Reiser, M. K. 
Wells. C. 
Brown, P. 



JUNIORS— CHAMPIONS 



Cawley, M. 
Murray, M. 
Adams, B. 
Bryans, E. 
Elliott, C. 
Best, K. 

Hains, L. (Capt.) 
Howe, M. 

Sheftal 



Burns, D. 
Paulk, M. E. 
Paquette, G. 
Phillips, R. 
Hall, S. 
Boswell, M. 
Stelling-, E. 
Rowe, A 



M. 




SOPHOMORES 



Allg-ood, B. 
Landrum, E. 
Landrum, P. 
Wilson, A. 
Wyatt, M. 
Hamilton, B. 
Scott, M. 
Chavous, P. 
Arrin^on, K. 
Bussey, M. (Capt.) 



O'Connor, C. 
Carry, M. 
Symms, M. 
Readdy, D. 
Brunkhurst, A. 
Walker, J. M. 
Arthur, M. 
Mullin, M. 
Corley, C. 




Hockey 



SENIORS 



Schneider, D. 
Waterston, A. 
Bennett, F. 
Carstarphen, M. 



Wells, C. 

Schwitzerlet, E. (Capt.) 

Hogan, E. 



JUNIORS— CHAMPIONS 



Russell, E. 
Popkin, F. 
Elliott, C. 
Paquette, G. 
Robins, D. 
Howe, M. 
Zoller, E. 



Best, K. 
Paulk, M. E. 
Stelling, E. (Capt.) 
Hains, L. 
Cawley, M. 
Sheftall, M. 
Adams, B. 



Murray, M. 




SOPHOMORES 


Symnis, M. 


George, J. 


Heath, E. 


O'Connor, C 


Bussey, M. (Capt.) 


Blackwell, L 


Patterson, F. 


Wilson, A. 


Gehrken. C. 


Allgood. B. 


Arthur, M. 


Chavous, P. 


Wyatt, M. 


Keenan, A. 



freshman Athletics -- 



Basket Ball 



Howe, D. 
Jenny, E. 
Hardy, R. 

Edmunds, H. (Capt.) 
Rae, J. 
Gresham, E. 



Barnes, G. 
Vaughn, R. 
Crocker, B. 
VanDeusen, M. 
Wheatley. M. 



Volley Ball 



Rae, J. 
Lanier, F. 
Barnes, G. (Capt.) 
Howe, D. 
Vaughn, R. 
Fleming, B. 
Edmunds, H. 
Arndt, E. 
Maughon, D. 
Blackman, R. 
Hobbs. E. 



Ward. D. 
Ilderton, E. 
Baker, E. E. 
White, I. H. 
Cannon, E. 
Wheatley, 
Grear, D. 
Rhodes, E. 
Jenny, E. 
Grady, A. 



Soccer 



SECTION (A) 



Kirkland, F. 
Baker, E. 
Gibson, E. 
Elliott, C. 
Shearer 

McElmurray, M. 
Lanier, F. (Capt.) 
Cater, L. 
Burgess, F. 



Capers, F. 
Howell, M. 
Arndt, A. 
Morgan, C. 
Barnes, G. 
Hensley, L. 
Blackman, K. 
Tankersley, J. 
Wainwright, A. 



SECTION (B) 

Jenny, E. Van Deusen, M. (Capt.) 

Grear, D. Crocker, B. 

Hooper, L. Vau-hn, R. 

Cannon, E. 



Scharnitzky, J. 
Arrington, L. 



White, L H. Mulcay, E. 

Gumming, N. Daniel. A. 

SECTION (C) CHAMPIONS 



Reddin. C. 
Howe, D. (Capt.) 
Bush, M. 
Gordon, W. 
Greeson, V. 
Scarborough, D. 
Whitaker, S. 



Woodward, C. 
Lee, H. 
Hardy, R. 
Maughon, D. 

Wheatley 
Gresham 



Features -- 



Statistics 

School Scenes 

The History of Class of 1937 

1957 Flashes of the Class of 1937 

The Last Will and Testament of 
Class of 1937 

Contributions 




Voteff Ky The Seniors -- 



PRETTIEST 



CAROLINE HULL 



FRANKIE KREPS 



CONSTANCE LANIER 




HANDSOMEST 



JOSEPHINE SWINT 



FRANCES HUNDLEY 




MARY FRANCES BISHOP 




The Qualifies Exemplified By These Girls Make 




HELEN IRVIN 

Individual 



MARGARET McARTHUR 
Sincere 



MELBA CARSTARPHEN 
Original 



ANNE HARRIS 
Charming 



DEDE SCHNEIDER 
Versatile 



MARY KATHERINE REISER 
Intellectual 



FRANCES BENNETT 
Athletic 



MARY MAE WELLS 
Popular 






A Composite Of The Ideal Tubman Girl 




The lilcir/i tuul T/ie liukl 



Now we 11 give a cheer for Tubman, 
For the school we love the most. 
Evermore we'll sing her pi'aises 
And her name shall b3 our boast. 
To the top we'll raise her colors 
And her standards ever hold. 
Then let us give a rousing cheer 
For the Tubman Black and Gold! 
Then let us give a rousing che?r 
For the Tubman Black and Gold ! 



(Chorus) 
So with voices loud and strong 
To her name we'll raise a song; 
i"or to her our hearts belong 
With a love untold. 
Then we'll cheer the Tubman High 
]\Iay her spirit never die; 
Victorious may fly 
Dear old Blank and Gold. 

— VELMA BELL, '25 




Senior Class History 

Freshmanus vigororus: invariably said '"Yes ma'am" to Mr. Garrett; got lost 
■whenever it changed' classes; established in the schoolyard a playground including two 
famous rides, the rope swing and the pipe slide; showed signs of great athletic ability 
by winning a basketball game from the seniors. 

Sophomorus intellectualitus: paid strict attention to its lessons; took home A's 
and A plus's on its report card; exhibited a capacity for learning such as had never 
been previously observed in any inhabitant of a high school. 

Juniorus enthusiasticus: dropped all thought of lessons, but entered heartily into 
everything else; strongly supported all school activities with particular emphasis on 
dances. 

Seniorabilus gravus, virtuosus, et dreamius: worried noisily when habitat with 
classmates only, but became extremely calm and dignified around others — especially 
the Juniors; roused itself from thoughts of the future barely long enough to win the 
basket ball championship, going back into dreamy seclusion when it realized how many 
of its classmates were gctt.ng married. 

—MARY KATHERINE REISER '37. 



1957 Flashes of the Class of 1937 

Good evening! Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Ann Waterston, announcer for 
Margaret Ann Zimmerman's Dated Dress Hour, bringing you up to date g:ossip. 
Flash! — Prague, Czechoslovakia. 

The world's greatest adventuress, Margaret Stulb, stopped heTe over night. Miss 
Stulb is touring the world on the money she saved by not attending cash night during 
her last year at Tubman, in Augusta. She has as her companion. Miss Lylette 
Dunn. 
Flash! — Baltimore, Md. 

Madame Eloisc Capps is making a name for herself since she opened her exclusive 
beauty shoppe' on Maine Street. Today she gave the Lord of Winsor a manicure. The 
foreign Dukes and' Duchesses patronize Madame's shoppe very often. Assisting the 
Madame in her business are Misses Carpenter, Davidson, and Maloney. 
Flash! — Miami, Fla. 

Miss Dorothy Swartz, millionairess, has eloped with a blond, sun-burned giant, who 
was a life-guard on Miami Beach. Miss Florence Sikes and Miss Celeste Savage, both 
life guards on Miami Beach, insist that the romance came about from Miss Swartz's 
being caught in the tide after she saw the blond giant. Professional jealousy! 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

Misses Eloise Tussing, Helen Sims, and Grace Roper have formed a caravan to 
explore the mountains of North Georgia for possible Indian mounds. Anthropologists 
are waiting breathlessly, but not sympathetically, for the outcome of this expedition 
which may prove that you can't tell a mountain from a mound. 
Flash! — Washington, D. C. 

Miss Mary Katherine Reiser of Augusta, Ga., has been honored by the president 
by being made head of the Federal Reserve Bank. She has chosen the following 
staff of able assistants: Miss Lucille Questelle, Custodian of Lincoln Penniesi; 
Miss Thelma Perdue, Custodian of Pennies (Miscellaneous); Miss Violet Burton, 
Custodian of Buffalo Nickles; Miss Frances Cloud, Custodian of Nickels (Miscel- 
laneous); Miss Evelyn Miller, Custodian of 1937 dimes; Miss Montez Odom, Cus- 
todian of Dimes (Miscellaneous). Miss Reiser means to begin at the bottom by 
making the nation penny conscious. 
Flash! — Camden, S. C. 

Miss Caroline Lamar Hull socialite, has taken a cottage in Camden, S. C. "I have 
been to 336,764,921 parties," said Miss Hull, "and I am sick of 'em." 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

Winona Roberts is on the boards again. She is taking the part of Silvia Shank- 
foot in her own play WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE? 
Flash! — Washington, _D. C. 

Miss Constance Lanier is teaching geometry in National Cathedral School for 
Young Ladies. 

Flash! — McBean, Ga. 

Miss Elease Goodwin has accented the position as stewardess on the XV 317, com- 
mercial airplane that flies from McBean to New Savannah Landing, meeting ocean 



liners that ply up and down the Savannah. Misses Elsie Harrison and Goldie Key 
are river boat captains. 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

The French Chapeau Shoppe, owned and operated by Mills, Munday, and McManus, 
opened here today. Get your M. M. and M; they're all the go. 
Flash! — Washingrton, D. C. 

Misses Sallie Price, Louise Rachels, and Mary Lucille Rosier are still in Washing- 
ton, trying to get the president's ear to present their plan of connecting Augusta with 
the Gulf of Mexico by means of a canal through Florida. Keep at it, girls, the home 
town is with you! 
Flash! — Washington, D. C. 

Just a minute, there seems to be a counterproposition. As a matteT of fact there 
is a counterproposition. Misses Ann Haggerty, Martha Oliver, and Catherine Green 
are in Washington trying to get the president's other ear. They wish to connect 
Augusta with the Gulf of Mexico by means of a tunnel under Georgia. Miss Tracy 
Beutell is on hand with plans for the tunnel. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

S. H. Kress and Company has added three new members to their staff. Miss 
Nell Daniel will decorate the windows. Miss Greene will render musical selections on 
the Victrola, and Miss Louise Cleveland will preside over the pool of gold fish. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

A group of Cash Nighters, who for the last twenty years have been hopefully 
attending Cash Night, have organized a sit down strike on Broad Street around the 
Confederate Monument. They are Misses Florence Godbee, Estelle Hadden, Annette 
Ramp, Mary Sweat, Betty Ferris, Sybil Wylds, Elizabeth Torpin, Martha Pritchard, 
Louise Keel, Enise Kirby, Calire Langley, Christine Green, Natalie Bostick, and 
Pauline Madebach. More later. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Miss Claudine Wells and Miss Clara Hall have opened a garage in Augusta. They 
have launched a fleet of pink taxis operated by Miss Helen Owens, Mill Nell Eubanks, 
Miss Leonora Owens, and Miss Lois Davidson. 
Flash! — Cleveland, Ohio. 

Miss Elizabeth Tankersley delivered an address here on "Why Contented Cows?" 
Miss Tankersley says that she has nothing against cows but that she wants to interest 
the public in contentment for all animals. 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

Miss Daline Barden and Miss Nettie Maude Dangler are earning $5,000 a day as 
comic artists on the New York stage. They hope to get better salaries later on. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

The Augusta Chronicle will begin a new feature tomorrow. Advice to the Love- 
lorn by Misses Virginia Frank and Virginia Beam. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Frey and H. Gary is a new store that will specialize in clothes for the Tubman 
Girl. The clerks are Misses Mary Blackwell, Ruth Murphey, Dorothy Walters, and 
Gladys Williams. 
Flash! — Chicago, 111. 

The Red Camellia Night Club has found itself a new dance team in Shiftals and 
Ulanda. They may be remembered as Miss Eddie Stringer and Miss Hamet Serotta 
of Augusta, Georgia. 
Flash! — Hollywood, Calif. 

Today a new directress has been hired by the Television Studios to train Miss 
Shirley Temple (a rising actress) for the main roll as Scarlett in the old but favorite 
novel "Gone With the Wind". This person. Miss Elizabeth Pound, threatens to become 
well-known in the next few years for her southern accent is especially delightful to 
the people who have heard her. 
Flash! — Hephzibah, Ga. 

At the annual Country Fair here today, the other house-wives were outclassed by 
far in their fancy baking, for those delicacies that won the ribbons belong to Mrs. 
U. C. Smith (Miss Mary Frances Youngblood) and to Mrs. U: B. Jones (Miss Marion 
Barwick). "Delicious" pronounced the judge. 
Flash! — Greenwich, Conn. 

Miss Evelyn Odom's Coffee Shoppe is a recent addition to the landscape outside 
Greenwich. The place is attractively fixed up as a stable, and amid fresh smelling 
hay one drinks tea and eats dainty wafers. The attractive waitresses in Miss Odom's 
shoppe are: Mildred Moragne, Katherine Scott, Dorothy Haynie, Rose Young, Eliza- 
beth Read, Catherine Parker, and Janet Scott. 
Flash! — Augnista, Ga. 

"For Those Who Wish To Knit" is a new enterprise launched by Miss Frances 
Farr. Miss Mai-y Lou Bussey serves as an assistant to Miss Farr's pupils who throng 
to learn the secret of their teacher's art. 



Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

The exciting Love Beautjl Parlor opened here today with Miss Jerry Frances 
Glenn in charge. She assures each and everyone that they will get their money's worth 
of beauty when they intru?t themselves in her care. Her staff includes the competent 
Jane Harries, Frankie Kreps, Katherine Pruitt, Vivian Ponder,, Frances Bennett, 
Edries Farr, Jane Sanford, Hannah Kuehnel, and Martha Lamkin. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Four most efficient young women were honored today by the Medical College 
in Augusta. Misses Madelyn Woodward, Mary Roessler, Sarah Elkins, and Dede 
Schneider, Surgeons in the University Hospital, performed an operation that produced 
a permanent permanent. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. — Tubman High School. 

Two Freshmen were carried on stretchers to the First Aid Room Monday due to 
the slight temper of the ^ym teacher. Miss Melba Carstarphen. An eye witness said 
Miss Carstarphen, who was giving a tap lesson asked two girls to show her the "slap" 
step. As she turned two girls slapped the teacher, and she in turn socked them in the 

eye Teh, Teh, Melba was always noted for her quick replies. 

Flash! — Coral Gables, Fla. 

That dare dare-devil of the race tracks, Miss Reba O'Connor, won her tenth 
victory over the male racers today when she crossed the finishing line ten minutes 
before anyone else . Miss Anne Calhoun left the tracks in tears, for her favorite 
horse Backgallop came in eighth out of eight. 
Flash! — Washington, D. C. 

The third woman ever to be a member of the United States Senate is Miss Rita 
Shmerling, former Mayor of Augusta, and Governor of Georgia. Miss Shmerling 
won her way to the top through her dynamic speaking voice. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

For a cooling and refreshing desert which is rapidly gaining popularity try 
"Mother Greene's Emulsified Illusion." Congratulations, Dorothy Greene. 
Flash! — San Francisco, Cal. 

Miss Bette Johnson and Miss Marguerite Pearre, both of Augusta, Ga., have 
booked passage on a liner that will sail from New Savannah tomorrow. Miss Johnson 
and Miss Pearre are going to the Orient to continue their research on molecular at- 
traction. 
Flash! — Little Rock, Ark. 

A heroic deed occured here, yesterday when Miss Evelyn Scoggins snatched a 
child from the past of a lightning e.xpress train just two hours before the train 
crashed over the tracks. The child was Helen Knight Incase, the daughter of Helen 
Knight of the 1937 class of Tubman High School. 
Flash! — Vidette, Ga. 

The three story skyscraper that is being erected here is the work of the noted 
architect. Miss Helen Irvin, who is distinguished for her work in Euorpe and the two 
Americas. 

Flash! — Detroit, Mich. 

The strike is on. The employees of the Workers Supply are' on a stand up strike 
for softer chairs. The strikers are led by Eleanor Courtney, Winifred Outz, Lillian 
Stewart, Melva Deuble, and Mary Tanner. They say that if a thing is worth having, 
it is worth standing up for. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

The sneezing epidemic that started in the home of Miss Thelma Battle has spread 
rapidly. New cases reported today are: Miss Louise Beneteau, Miss Sydell Badger, 
and Margaret McArthur. 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

Miss Julia Mae Embry will appear tomorrow night as Aida in Miss Josephine 
Heath's production of "Aida." Miss Frances Cannady is understudy for Miss Embry; 
Miss Erma Stephens, for Miss Heath. 
Flash! — Lon Angeles, Calif. 

Miss Ann Harris was chosen queen of the orange festival today. This is the 
fifteenth year that the honor has gone to Miss Harris. 
Flash! — Philadelphia, Penn. 

A nursery school has been opened for the tots of Philadelphia. The City Council 
has chosen Miss Gwendolyn Smith as supervisor. 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

The dashing brunette on the Reflect© Shine Makeup Billboard is Miss Josephine 
Swint. Just a knock out! 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Miss Elizabeth Suhr has given up teaching at Tubman to go ints the real estate 
business. Misses Betty Kennedy, Virginia Corr, Carrie Bailie, Beverly Newbery, and 
Mary Frances Bishop are still teaching at Tubman. 
Flash! • — Augusta, Ga. 

Miss Hazel Scruggs of New York and Augusta has opened her gardens to the 



public for the benefit of her old Tubman Teachers, who are living together on lower 
Broad Street. Miss Scruggs hopes that the public will respond generously. 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

The "Georgia Queens", Ethel Thompson's orchestra, played at Tubman for two 
periods today. The sextet, Lillian Duke, Hilda Sturgis, Florence Stewart, Dorothy 
Dickerson, Marion Maxwell, and Ponder Brown sang "Happy Days Are Here Again." 
Flash! — New York, N. Y. 

Southern girls are still storming the city. Margie Walker, Carolyn Dorn, Shirley 
Koontz, Mary Louise Owen, and Charlotte Aaronson are all starring in leading roles 
in the stupendous production "Grapefruit Trouble." 
Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Miss Schurr is sueing Miss Margaret Peters for libelous portrait of Miss Schurr 
in Miss Peters' novel "Torn With the Wind," in which Miss Schurr is pictured as a 
sissy. Miss Catherine Roesel is the prosecuting attorney, while Miss Madge Horton 
is defending Miss Peters. 
Flash! — Appling, Ga. 

Miss Elizabeth Jeffcoat has been made manager of Miss Marguerite Ellis' ice 
plant here. 

Flash! — Augusta, Ga. 

Misses Mildred Head and Mary Mae Wells are heading a social security program 
for orphans. The supervisors of the project are Misses Mary Clark Denny, Betty 
Thomas, Hazel Shelton, andl Virginia Farr. 

This concludes our program. We will be with you again Thursday at 8:30 
Eastern Standard Time. 

MARGARET ANN ZIMMERMAN 
KATHERINE SCOTT 
ANN WATERSTON 




Burning Up The Faculty 

Bam! — Bam! — Rat-a-tat! — Knock, Knock! — BAM! It was October 28, 1957, 
and the entire Tubman faculty was clamorously charging the gates of hell. 

"Who the deuce is that?" asked Satan in a bored way of the imp that was on 
guard at the door. 

"The faculty of Tubman High School of Augusta, Georgia, Continent of North 
America," squealed the imp, gleefully. 

"Let 'em in!" boomed the devil, as he blew the fires of perdition into a glowing 
white heat. 

The little imp threw open the door and grinned a welcome at the faculty. 

Because they were cold and were anxious to get to the fire, they ignored him and 
rushed in pell-mell. T. Harry was noticeably embarrassed. He could only say "Pass 
in quietly, girls," to Misses Braddy and Strauss, who were ill mannerdly attempting 
to get ahead of the other girls. They knocked Miss Page and Miss Fendel- on the 
floor. 

"Here, here, Ann. You and Grace will have to do better than that." The devil 
spoke in a gentle fartherly manner . 

Mr. Garrett, explaining that he felt sort of responsible for them, endeavored to 
apoligize. To cover their breach of manners, he started to introduce them to Lucifer. 
The devil waved' aside the introduction, "why, I'm well acquainted with these girls and 
I'm sure they all know me. 

It was getting too hot down here for Lois Eve; she sidled toward the door. Miss 
Miller wasn't far behind. They made a dash for the last few steps, but an imp was 
there before them. They ran straight into his tricorne. Satan catching sight of 



this, let out a good-natured guffaw. "Haw, Haw! but you'll get used to it, Lois. 
I never thought that it would be too hot for you down here." He winked slyly at 
Mabel Byrd, who laughed self-consciously, then turned scarlet and lowered her black 
curly lashes. 

"But, maybe I had bettert get you folks more suitable clothes," he continued. 
"Haw, Haw! "Here imp — Get the devil cloth." 

"Goody, goody! New clothes." Marcia Clark was jumping up and down with ex- 
citement. "You know, Satan, I've made more than one thousand dresses in my day." 

"You have?" The devil was politely interested. 

"Listen, Mildred," Elizabeth Brisendine turned toward Mildred Cartledge. "We 
can make some cute red, shorts like those I showed you at Kress'!" 

"Uh-ah-er I don't think red will look so hot on me." 

Well, well! Now isn't that just too bad?" inquired' Lucifer sympathetically. 

"Why?" Mildred didn't like his tone of voice. 

"We don't have any other color down here except red." 

"Oh,— oh! Well, all rigTit. I suppose it doesn't make any difference,— but how 
monotonous!" 

Gertrude Coniey was definitely not interested in this discussion of colors. Her 
gaze was fixed on a little imp who, with his chin resting on his hand, was staring 
vacantly into the fire. She darted toward him with "Are you sick, little imp ? Do 
you feel all right? Don't you think you'd better go to the First Aid Room? You 
know, I once had a girl to get sick in my class and I — " 

Startled, the imp jumped up. Then throwing back his head, he replied impudently: 
"Ya dern tootin' I ain't sick, Gertie! What do ya think I am? A sissy? I'm touj^n!" 
he boasted. 

Floored by such an unexpected reply, she backed hastily away. In her hurried 
retreat, she stumbled on a red hot poker and said: "Oh, — the dickens!" Then as an 
afterthought, "Pardon the expression." 

Smiling, Mary Gilliland minced toward a gi-oup of residents of Hell. She glanced 
at all their faces, as if seeking some one in particular. At length, she headed for a 
figure well known to mathematicians of 1937. "Oh, Professor Einstein! Guess what? 
I have learned how to trisect any angle." She waited to see the effect of this state- 
ment. "I solved it the day before I came here." 

"Really?" The professor was resigned. "I'll look it over." She handed him the 
roll of papers on which she had worked her problem. Susie Langford and Sarla 
Fullbright, unwilling, but curious, crowded around the professor. Einstein scratched 
his head and looked down at Miss Gilliland. "It must have taken you a long time 
to do this example. It has two hundred and one steps, I see." 

"Yes," Mary snickered," but it was easy. I only wonder that you didn't think 
of it yourself." She smiled with affected modesty. 

Einstein shook his head politely. "Mary, I wouldn't hurt you for all Hades, but 
I have to tell you. Your solution is wrong. You made a mistake in the second step!" 

Mary Gilliland's set smile collapsed with surprise. "But Professor, you couldn't 
be right! I checked and rechecked the solution." 

The Professor looked hurt. "Look here, Mary, if I know anything about num- 
bers, two and two make four. Now!" Mary retired, crest-fallen, amid the uncon- 
cealed laughter of Susie Langford and Sarah Fullbright 

Some people don't believe in love at first sight. Maybe it doesn't happen on 
earth, but it did in Hell when Eleanor Boatwright and the Tubman faculty made their 
e.xplosive entrance into the lower regions. She saw Cerberus guarding the gates 
to eternal fire, and she was overwhelmed. "What a pretty dog!" She knelt and 
tried to pat each of the dog's three heads, while he, with equal affection, had an 
advantage over her, in that he had three tongues with which to return her caresses. 
Now, Cerberus has abandoned his post to follow Eleanor, with dog-like devotion, 
through every flame of Hades 

'Whee!'" Ann Braddy jumped over a flaming chasm with a gi'ace and ease that 
she had learned years ago at Tubman. She swa<rgered past an admiring group — 
Lora Pearce, Mary Balk and Belle Walker — who were gasping at her feat. She picked 
up a piece of chalk to mark up her score. A cheer went up when the crowd realized 
that she had broken her own record. Ann Braddy was the best athlete in Hell, and 
don't think that everybody didn't know it! Every one of her sweaters had a large red 
"H" on it. In fact, she was a "one-man-team!" .... 

Way up under the skylights of Hades, Liza Dowling bent over a long row of 
test tubes. Suddenly she straightened and a loud "Eureka!" echoed in the farthest 
depths of Hell. 

The devil, followed by a train of imps, flat-footed it to her side and, with a 
coppy drawl that he had acquired from a newly arrived policeman, inquired: "What's 
going on here? What's the excitement?" 

"Through a csmplex synthesis of deduction," Liza began, "I have arrived at a 



process by means of which kinetic energy can be made to become a substitute for 
sulphur. Acting on this suggestion, Mr. Lucifer, I am assured that the fires of uh-ah — 
Hell, can be continued through all eternity. I am positive in my conviction that this 
chemical process cannot be confounded." 

"Teh, tch, tchi Such thaumaturgy." the devil observed .... 

"Mr. Lucifer," Dora Hains approached Satan with her usual business-like manner. 
"I've worked out a schedule by means of which Hades can be run like Our Tubman!" 

Satan cast her a quizzical glance. Then, "Dodie, don't you remember a well- 
known motto that you used to drill into your Freshman Latin class?" 
Freshman Latin class?" 

After thinking a minute a smile of recognition broke out on Miss Dora's face. 
Triumphantly, she exclaimed, "When in Rome, do as the Romans." 

"Right. And when in Hell, do as the Hellions!" 

Some imps were toasting mar.^hmallows over the coals of Hades when Ruth 
McAuliffe walked by. "Look," one of them tittered, "can that be Miss McAuliffe?" 

Unfortunately, Ruth heard the reply "It seems to be her." She leaped up and 
down; she screamed; she tore her hair; she bit her nails. Her eyes rolled wildly as 
she sputtered out, 'Won't you ever learn! Don't you know that the same case 
follows the infinite as goes before it?" 

Satan led her off to a cell where she sits, broken and mumbling continuously, 
"The same case follows the infinitive as goes before it." 

Dorothy Halbert started jazzing "There's a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight". 
The Devil grabbed Mary Miller and started trucking, while Mr. Garrett and the 
faculty looked on. Across the room a flame parted, and Mae West swayed into the 
room. Mr. Garrett gave one look at her then sped out on the floor, calling, "Swing 
your partners, gals!" 

MELBA CARSTARPHEN '3V 
FRANCES BENNETT '37 



Reports 



As the hands of the clock crept toward two, my heart grew heavy. The words 
that my teacher was saying thumped dully against my brain, for I had ears only for 
the buzzer that would send me back to my home room to receive my report card. I 
tried to go over my record for the month and to recall enough good recitations to save 
myself from complete disgrace. The buzzer sounded, and I rushed out of class and 
down the hall to my room. I slipped quietly into my desk and waited. Glancing around 
the room, I saw smugly smiling faces (I knew they would make the honor roll); in- 
different faces; and puzzled faces (I knew that they could remember no more than I 
what they had done.) My name was called. I put my hand out for my card, but I 
could not bring my eyes down to look at it. I held it stupidly for a moment and then 
laid it face down on my desk, all the while trying to penetrate the thickness of the 
card to see my grades. The bell for dismissal rang. I slipped my card into a book and 
rushed out. Alone and trudging up the hill, I slipped my card out bit by bit. Four 
C's! My heart was light again. I had passed everything. 

FRANCES BAKER '39. 



A Gem 



I have a lovely necklace I only wear at times, 

Because it brings my heart to throbbing like 
the sound of silver chimes. 

It's made of pearls of memories, strung on the 
string of years, 

And every pearl is set and sparkles with a 
thousand tears. 

WINONA ROBERTS '37 



Tubman Alphabet 



A is for Alex 

Who does the work here 
And is pleasant and smiling 
All through the year. 
A — Amiable Alex. 

B is for Braddy 

Who knits all the timi, 

And reads to us poems 

That don't even rhyme. 

B — Big, busy Braddy. 

C is for Comey 

Who stands in the hall 
.A.nd says "To the right girls" 
Which we don't do at all. 
C — Conscientious Comey. 

D is for Dowling 

Who digs in the bogs 
Searching for lizzards. 
Tadpoles, and frogs. 
D — Diligent Dowling. 

E is for Eve 

Who makes us all worry 
A demerit for lateness 
Is the cause of our hurry. 
E— Efficient Eve. 

F is for Fender 

Who's quite fond of Scott 
(He wrote the "Talisman") 
I'm sorry I'm not. 

F — Fancy-free Fender. 

G is for Garrett 

So pleasant and kind 
When sent to the office. 
We don't even mind. 

G— Good, gentle Garrett. 

H is for Hains 

Our teacher and friend 

And for letting us pas' 

We'll thank her no end. 

H— Helpful Hains. 

I is for Idiots 

That covers us all 
The fat and the skinny. 
The short and the tall. 
I— Illiterate Idiots. 

J is for Joneses 

(We've two of them here), 
They both teach us English 
Year after year. 
J — Jocular Joneses. 

K is for kindness 

That's what we require 
But if we ever get it 
I'm sure we'll expire! 
K — Killing Kindness. 

L is for Lanford 

Who thinks that X-square 
Is really most interesting 
(We don't even care.) 
L — Learned Langford. 

M is for McAuliffe 
Adored by her class 
So pretty, but strict 
We hope we can pass! 
M— Magnetic McAuliffe. 



N is for Nachman 

But Oh, what's the use 

To know about nations 

Or what they produce. 
N — Natural Nachman. 
O is for Owens 

Who seals our doom 

By saying in library, 

"Go back to your room." 
O — Obdurate Owens. 
P is for Page 

Who says that we should 

Behave in our classes 

And try to be good. 
P — Pacific Page. 
Q is for questions 

The teachers all ask 

But for knowing the answers; 

That's really the task. 

Q — Quantitative Questions. 
K is for Rogers 

Who really is grand 

In teaching us typing 

As well as shorthand. 
R — Reliable Rogers. 
S is for Strauss 

Who thinks we should yearn 

To speak correct English, 

And try hard to learn. 
S — Sympathetic Strauss. 
T is for Time 

That all of us spend 

In making excuses 

Which help us no end. 
T— Terrible Time. 
U is for us 

Who come here each day 

Sit in our desks. 

And then go away. 
U — Useless Us! 
y is for variety 

Of which there's a lot 

Just count (for variety) 

The demerits we've got. 
V — Vicious Variety. 

W is for White 

The good things she mak' !■ 
Fill us with envy. 
She's got what it takesi 
W— Wonderful White. 

X is for X-ams 

We hope we won't flunk 
But as for exempting 
I'll say we are punk! 
X — "X-quisite Xams." 

Y is for you 

Much worse than some 
By reading this bosh 
You've proved you're dunil 
Y — Yawning You. 

Z is for Zero 

That I always get 
Someday I'll get perfect, 
I never have, yet. 

Z— Zounds— O what Zero's! 

ELIZABETH BRYANS '38. 





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Telephone 3500 



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&Co. 



JEWELERS 



846 Broad Street 



BICYCLES 



MOTORCYCLES 



R. L. SUMERAU & SON 



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AUGUSTA'S SWEETHEART 
FOR HATS 

"Smarter and Less" 



Williford's 

CLEANERS 

432 - 4 - 6 - 8th St. 

Phones 3-4 

"A Clean Place to Clean Clothes" 



Compliments of 

WcLLtet i Eeiutu SkoYi 

207 4th Street 

PERMANENTS, BEAUTY 

TREATMENTS, AND 

MANICURES 

Phone 1397 



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SALES STUDIO 



Herald Building 



LIGHTING FIXTIRES 

HOUSE WIRING 
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 

Whitney McNeill 
Electric Co. 



Phone 1316 



640 Broad St. 



We wish for you a Successful 
Career 



STULB'S 

DRESSES, SWEATERS, 
SKIRTS, HATS, ETC. 

984 Broad St. 



Compliments of 



Harry C.Vaiden 



INSURANCE COUNCELOR 



KRAFT 

Cheese 

Kitchen Fresh Mayonnaise 

Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 

Foster C. Sego 

Distributor 



Henry Weathers Motor 
Company 

Incorporated 

MASTER DEALER 

HUDSON-TERRAPLANE 

Show Room: 549 Broad St., Phone 621 

Augusta, Georgia 



WESTINGHOUSE 

Refrigerators 



"THE BEST" 



Phoenix Home Equip. Co. 

8(19 BROAD STREET 



W. L. McCRARY. Jr. 

President 
\V. S. POOLE 
Secretary 



O. O. McGAHEE 

Vice-President 

H. A. FORTSON 

Treasurer 



A. R. GEHRKEN 

Dept. M^r. 



STANDARD 
Savings & Loan Go. 

of AUGUSTA 

Southern Finance Bldg. 

Phone 3841 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

McElmurray & Co. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 
1129 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

H. W. PURVIS 



Optical Service that 
Satisfies 

MEREDITH OPTICAL CO. 

OPTOMETRIST 

and 

OPTICIANS 



740 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Harbins Florist 

FLOWERS FOR ALL 
OCCASIONS 

Metcalfe at Walton Way 

Phone 7231 

Member F. T. D. 



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Potato Chips 

Salted P-Nuts 

Peanut Butter Sandwiches 



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The Best in Eats and Sodas will 
always be found at 

Hiirs Cafe - Sodas 

628-636 Broad St. 

"Augusta's Only Curb Service" 

Parking Lot For Your 
Convenience 



Ciomyidnu 

OFFICE SUPPLIES AND 
EQUIPMENT 

Telephone 4372 
103 - 8th St. Augusta. Ga. 



Ivy Motor Company 

DODGE - PLYMOUTH 

Sales and Service 

519 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

K IE. iEUtntt 



E. J. ERBELDIN6 & SONS 

Plumbing 



THE DIXIE PIG 
BARBECUE 

SANDWICHES AND SOFT 

DRINKS 

Of All Kinds 

East Boundary and Broad 



DORR'S 

GOOD TASTE APPAREL 

724 Broad Street 

Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



Collins Bakery 
Company 



Phone 96 



226 Fifth Street 



There is no substitute for 
QUALITY 

DANIEL'S SHOE REPAIRING 

831 Broad St. — Phone 141 



Compliments of 



BENSON'S 



Phone 12 and 13 



BOBS CANDIES 

Are Good Wholesome Candies 

Ask for BOBS by name 

At all A & P Food Stores and 

other retail outlets 

Bobs Candy & Pecan Co. 

Albany, Ga. 



We Solicit Your Patronage 

JERNI6AII HARDWARE CO. 

HARDWARE — STOVES 
PAINTS 

1033-39 Broad St. Phone 219 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS 
& CO. 

5c - 10c and 25c STORE 
834 Broad St. 



Compliments of 

LEAGUE, DUVALL & POWELL 

REALTORS 



Lockhart, McAuliffe & CO. 

(Incorporated) 
Established 1902 

REAL ESTATE 
FIRE INSURANCE 

807 Broad St. — Augusta, Ga. 



KIRBY'S 

MARKETS 

Quality Meats, Reasonable Prices 
Freshest Seafoods 

5 Markets to Serve You 



Compliments ot 

General Tire & Supplq 
Company 

"Augusta's Master 

Service Station" 

Broad at 12th St. Phone 2600 



Compliments of 



George W, Hains 



Compliments of 

A 
FRIEND 



Compliments of 




BOT .YARD'S 

BARBER BEAUTY 


HENRY DARLING, Inc. 




SHOP SHOP 


CHEVROLET 




ALWAYS BETTER 

Hotel Richmond 

Augusta, Ga. 












BENSON'S 


HULL, BARRETT 




STORAGE GARAGE 


WILLINGHAM & TOWILL 




STORAGE — WASHING 
GREASING 


ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 




Vulcanizing — Battery Service 
GASOLINE and OILS 

Telephone 13 836 Ellis St. 



Compliments of 

T. J. Carstarphen Co. 

Distributors of 

JOHN RUSKIN AND FLOR DE 

MELBA CIGARS 



Compliments of 



Augusta Police 
Department 



Sporting Goods 

Headquarters 

Bowen Bros. Hardware Co. 

905 Broad St. 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

BELK WHITE 
COMPANY 

843-845-847-849 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 



flugustd 
Beauty Shoppe 



Compliments of 

Andrews Brothers Co. 

870 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



Augusta Roofing 
& Metal Works 

Incorpor^'eH 

EVERYTHING IN ROOFING 

AND SHEET METAL WORK 

WARM AIR HEATING 

623-625 Reynolds St. 
Phone 4172 Augusta, Ga. 



Teleohone 3514 

MANGEL'S 

MISSES' and WOMEN APPAREL 
820 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



CAMELLIAS — AZALEAS 
ROSES — OUR SPECIALTY 

250 Acres of Nursery Stock 
FRUITLAND NUKSERIES 



C. J. M illiarason Ac Co. 

Investment Securities 

140 Eighth Street 
Telephone 671 Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

AUGUSTA OFFICE SUPPLY 
&- EQUIPMENT CO. 

306 8th Street 

Phone 1497 



A. COHEN 



L. I. COHEN 



Alto's 



OUTFITTERS FOR YOUR BOY 

Phone 4268 - 976 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



After the Dance On a Date — Stop by 

FITKST'S 

FOR THE SANDWICH DELICIOUS 

FURST'S BAKERY SHOP Delicatessen 

1152 BROAD ST. 



Friedmans' Jewelers 

826 Broad Street 

Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, 

Radios, Chinaware, Glassware, 

Optical Department 

Your Credit Is Good 




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"IT WILL REFRESH YOU, TOO 



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Get The Full of Refreshment 



Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Compang 



Plant: 620 Broad St., Phone 2212 

Branch : 209 Tenth St., Phone 1400 

CENTRAL CLEANING & PRESSING CO. 

Estabh'shed 1921 

WHERE GOOD CLEANING IS NOT EXPENSIVE 

Augusta, Ga. 



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1010 BROAD ST. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



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Group Pictures by 
SALE 

Action Pictures by 
SUE AND ELMER RANSOM 

Interiors by 
MONTGOMERY HARRISON 

The School by 
REALARTS STUDIO 

Portrait of Mr. Garrett by 
REALARTS STUDIO 

Printing by 
R. G. McGOWEN & CO. 



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In e z e i 6 no iul^iiliute not a u a. L i t 



Last Will and Testament of Senior 

Class of 1937 



Georgia, Richmond County. 

We, the Senior Class of Tubman High School, 1937, of said State and county, 
being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do matce this our last will and testa- 
ment, hereby revoking all others that we have heretofore made. 

Item 1. To Ann Hammett, Beverly Newbery leaves six inches of her height so 
that Senior Ana won t be mistaken for a freshman. 

Item 2. To Roberta Phillips, Margaret Peters leaves her ability to be both seen 
and heard in hopes that Roberta WiU overcome her backful ways and acquire strong 
vocal chords. 

Item 3. To Miss Comey and Miss Page, we leave ten keys to fit their desks so 
that between them they might be able to secure a key to open their desks in the 
morning. 

Item 4. To Miss Braddy, the Senior English Class leaves one copy of "Roget's 
Thesauras" in hopes that she can find soma other word to call their themes besides 
trite. 

Item 5. To Mary Elizabeth Paulk, Jane Sanford leaves a book on "How to Walk 
in High Heel Shoes." 

Item 6. The Senior Biology Class donates to its successors a fresh vegetable 
garden, not excluding worms to be used in bi-secting. 

Item 7. To Miss Boatwright, we leave a pair of knitting needles to pick up the 
stit-hes in the sweater she knitted during the presidential election. 

Item 8. Vivian Ponder reserves her front desk in room 22 for Margaret Sheftall, 

Item 9. To Nelle Bond, Mary Clark Denny leaves one' box car of chewing gum 
so that Nelle's heart won't break every time she has to deposit her gum in the waste 
basket. 

Item 10. The Senior B Latin Class leaves to the future fourth year Latin students 
one translated conv of Vergil's. Aene'd so that they will not be tempted by that shining 
red book on Miss Dora's desk. 

Item 11. Margaret Ann Zimmerman leaves to 'Goat" Gridley, hei- well worked 
out plan on how to get thin by continuous devouring of chocolate sundaes. 

Item 12. To Audrey Black, Winifred Ouzts bequeaths the duty of keeping hef 
class informed on all current events of importance, especially political questions. 

Item 13. To Miss Dowling, we leave a case in which to keep the soap that she 
collected from the Chemistry Class. 

Item 14. To Dorothy Prontaut, Helen h-vin bequeaths her charming dimples. 

This sixteenth day of March, 1937. 

— Senior Class of Tubman High School. 

Signed, sealed, declared, and published by the Senior Class as their last will and 
testament, in the presence of the undersigned as witnesses thereto, being called in- 
dividually and specially by the Senior Class as witnesses to their will, they first 
signing the same in our presence, and we then signing as witnesses in their presence 
and in the presence of each other. This sixteenth day of March, 1937. 

Catherine Roesel. 
Mary Tanner. 






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